“They Just Take Big Hits:” Fires Latest Disaster for Calif. Cannabiz
By Hilary Corrigan
Aug 24, 2020
Aug 24, 2020
It’s too early to gauge the full impact California's wildfires will have on the cannabis industry. But growers reporting burned farms and ruined crops can't count on support from traditional sources like the government or insurance policies.Lightning strikes starting in...
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